The Center for Hellenic Studies offers programs and experiences for an array of constituents from self-directed students of all ages to specialists in the field of Hellenic Studies.
The CHS offers fellowship opportunities with various levels of support to encourage postdoctoral research in Hellenic Studies. Individuals or collaborative teams are welcome to apply.
The CHS offers a variety of programs for students in Washington, DC and in Nafplio, including internships, workshops and seminars, and study abroad.
The Open Greek and Latin Project (OGLP), in collaboration with the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS), seeks volunteers to help the First Thousand Years of Greek Project reach its goal! There are approximately 8 million words of Greek remaining to be digitized, a large but achievable task given that nearly 70 million words are already digitized and available on the Scaife Viewer.
The Visiting Artist Program facilitates exchange between arts practitioners and researchers, and supports contemporary responses to ancient Greek culture. The program offers artists the opportunity to access the CHS library resources on a short-term basis. Artists are nominated by the CHS research community.